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Monitoring wood shaving litter and animal products for polychlorophenols residues, Ontario, Canada, 1978–1986

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Frank, R., Stonefield, K.I. & Luyken, H. Monitoring wood shaving litter and animal products for polychlorophenols residues, Ontario, Canada, 1978–1986. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 40, 468–474 (1988).

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